Ayodhya, Apr 27 (UNI) The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) today said only that political party should get an opportunity to come to power at the Centre which ''protects the country's security and prestige and thinks about the welfare of Hindus''.
''People should support only a party, which favours Hindus and works to eliminate secular forces,'' VHP president Ashok Singhal told newspersons here.
A mammoth temple would be constructed on the disputed Sri Ram Janmabhoomi complex, for which a meeting will also take place on June 15-16 in Hardwar. Strategy for temple construction and Ram Setu would be discussed in the meeting, Mr Singhal added.
The secular forces have made temple construction a ''political issue'', he alleged.
Mr Singhal appreciated Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati's working style and demanded that she make her stand clear over Ram Janmabhoomi and Sethusamudram project.
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